The Aviator Staverton is the ultimate place to dine for aeroplane enthusiasts and food lovers alike. This restaurant is located right at Gloucestershire Airport between Gloucester and Cheltenham, and it’s an excellent spot to dine for people flying into the airport as well as those with a fascination for air travel. The Aviator boasts excellent views of the planes taking off at the Gloucestershire airport, and outdoor seating gives diners a front-row seat in front of all the action. Did we mention the food? The Aviator serves delicious British food made using local and seasonal ingredients. Located right on the edge of the airport at Bamfurlong Lane in Staverton, this is one restaurant you don’t want to miss.
If you grew up wanting to be a pilot or perhaps you’d like to instil a love for aviation in your own kids, The Aviator in Staverton invites you to come by for breakfast, lunch or dinner. This restaurant boasts an optimal location at the edge of Gloucestershire airport, which means it’s right in the heart of the action with a perfect view of the planes flying overhead. Whether you choose to sit inside in the aeroplane-themed dining space or you head out to view the aircraft taking off and landing, you’re going to love dining here.
The Aviator is the perfect place to bring the kids for a fun meal they won’t soon forget – there’s even a Junior Pilot’s menu with fish sticks, wraps and other delights. On Sundays, this friendly British restaurant off Staverton’s Bamfurlong Lane serves tasty roasts, breaded scampi and a southern fried chicken burger that we can’t get enough of. The Aviator also keeps vegetarians in mind, with a nut roast served up alongside the non-veg options on Sundays. During the rest of the week, you can look forward to classic English dishes as well as wraps, paninis and some of the best burgers around. Book a table ahead of time to catch a table at this homage to aviation.
The food was excellent quality, very friendly staff. First time here, would definitely recommend and return. Sta in the well kept garden. The only very slight negative I have is that I thought nearly £9 was a little pricey for an omelette, after all it's only a couple eggs beaten together. My friend had the steak pie and she was very impressed with the amount of steak it contained.
The food was good value for money and the choice on the menu reasonable. Unfortunately the wait for our meals was far longer than acceptable. Forty minutes after placing our order we were informed that they were short of chefs on the evening of our visit. Fifty minutes wait for starters - disappointing!
Little overwhelmed when we visited - were very rushed and struggling with the amount of customers that they were dealing with. Sunday at 1pm - seems like the time you need to be on it